Notes for Anne Kingman:|
IGI has birth places for Ann in Frome, Somerset, Eng.; Northleigh, Devon; & Weymouth, Dorset. Dates range from 1624-1639. No one for Henry Kingman & any Drake. For Joanna, I get the above, nothing for Jane.
|i.||Mary Davis4003,4004, born May 1648 in Barnstable, Barnstable, MA4005|
|ii.||Andrew Davis4005,4006, born May 1650 in Barnstable, Barnstable, MA4007|
|iii.||John Davis4007,4008, born 1 Mar 1651/52 in Barnstable, Barnstable, MA4009|
More About John Davis:|
Spouse: Ruth Goodspeed, Barnstable?
|iv.||Robert Davis4009,4010, born Aug 1654 in Barnstable, Barnstable, MA4011|
|352||v.||Josiah Davis, born Sep 1656 in Barnstable, Barnstable, MA; died 1709; married Ann Taylor 25 Jun 1679 in Barnstable, Barnstable, MA.|
|vi.||Hannah Davis4011,4012, born Sep 1658 in Barnstable, Barnstable, MA4013|
|vii.||Sarah Davis4013, born Oct 1660 in Barnstable, Barnstable, MA4013|
|viii.||Mercy Davis4014, born Abt. 1643 in Barnstable, Barnstable, MA4014|
|ix.||Deborah Davis4015, born Jan 1640/41 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA4016; died Jan 1735/36 in Enfield, Hartford, CT4016|
More About Deborah Davis:|
Burial: 1736, Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA4016
|x.||Mary Davis4017, born Jan 1645/46 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA4017|
|xi.||Sarah Davis4018, born 25 Oct 1656 in Eastham, Barnstable, MA4018; died in Eastham, Barnstable, MA?4018|
|i.||Martha Taylor, born 18 Dec 1640 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA4022,4023,4024|
|ii.||Ruth Taylor, born 29 Jul 1647 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA4025; died 1648 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA4025|
|iii.||Ann Taylor, born 2 Dec 1648 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA4026; died 29 Mar 1650 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA4027|
|iv.||Mary Taylor, born 1649 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA4028|
More About Mary Taylor:|
Comment: May be same child as Ruth
|v.||Ruth Taylor, born 11 Apr 1649 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA4029|
|vi.||John Taylor, born Abt. 1652 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA4030|
|vii.||Elizabeth Taylor, born Abt. 1655; died 4 May 17214031|
|viii.||Hannah Taylor, born Abt. 1658 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA4032; died 14 May 17434033|
|353||ix.||Ann Taylor, born Abt. 1659 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA; married Josiah Davis 25 Jun 1679 in Barnstable, Barnstable, MA.|
|x.||Joseph Taylor, born Abt. 1660 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA4034|
|xi.||Sarah Taylor, born Abt. 1661 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA prob; died 31 Jul 1695 in Barnstable, Barnstable, MA4035|
|i.||Samuel Sturgis, born 1665 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA; died 12 Jan 1736/37 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA4039|
|355||ii.||Desire Sturgis, born 1666 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA; died 29 Mar 1749 in Barnstable, Barnstable, MA; married Thomas Dimmock in Barnstable, Barnstable, MA.|
|iii.||James Sturgis, born 1668 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA; died 3 Jan 1717/18 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA4039|
|iv.||Edward Sturgis, born 1673 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA4040; died 1 Jun 1738 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA4041|
Notes for Alice Carpenter:|
BRADFORD OF PLYMOUTH by Bradford Smith 1951, p.267:
"In 1637, both of Alice's sons were married--Constant to Elizabeth Collier, daughter of one of two London adventurers who had settled in Plymouth, and Thomas to Elizabeth Reynor, the pastor's daughter. As Collier's other daughters married Love Brewster and Thomas Prence (whose first wife, Patience Brewster, had died in 1634), most of the leading families were now interconnected. Both of the Southworth boys went on to become leaders in the colony--Constant as a deputy from Duxbury, colony treasurer (1659-1679) and assistant overnor (1670-1678), Thomas as deputy from Plymouth (1651), assistant governor (1652-1653, 1657-1669) and commissioner of the New England Confederacy."
SAINTS AND STRANGERS by William F. Willison, 1945, p.124-6:
The Saints on board ANNE numbered thirty-two, almost as many as on the MAYFLOWER. There was another member of the Scrooby congregation aboard--the last ever to reach Plymouth--the prosperous merchant, George Morton, "a pious gracious servante of God," who had brought his wife, four children, a nephew and his wife's sister, Mrs. Alice SOUTHWORTH, widow of Cushman's friend, Edward SOUTHWORTH, the silk worker. Alice had come at Bradford's invitation, it would seem, for they were almost immediately married.
William Bradford was the richest man in the colony at his death, leaving a large estate. He had prospered both as a farmer and as an enterprising trader. The estate was left in varying proportions to his wife Alice, 'a blessed mother in Israell,' who survived him thirteen years; to their daughter Mercy and their two sons, William and Joseph; to Bradford's two stepsons, Thomas and Constant Southworth; to his former ward, Thomas Cushman, now ruling elder in Brewster's stead; and to his son John, only child by his first wife Dorothy May.
For her endless round of duties in the kitchen, scullery and nursery, no "book larnin" was required, and only an occasional woman--Alice Bradford and Bridget Fuller were exceptions--could read and write. Of the younger women born at Plymouth, all seem to have been illiterate. When called upon to sign a deed, the daughters of Nathaniel Morton, secretary of the Old Colony (the grandchildren of Alice's sister Juliana) could do no more than make their mark. Even "ye wretched boys" were taught little more than the three R's with some proper homilies from the Bible.
(after 1885) ...new and more elaborate monuments began to appear on Burial Hill, erected in memory of Forefathers whose graves had been lost--one to Mrs. Alice Bradford, "a godly matron," and two of her sons, Major William and Joseph Bradford...William Bradford's long-lost manuscript, "OF PLIMOTH PLANTATION," which had vanished almost a century before, was found. Upon his death, it "was gifen to his son, Major William Bradford and by him to his son mager John Bradford, rit by me Samuel Bradford, Mach 20, 1705."
p.464: Though the birthplace of the SOUTHWORTHs has not been conclusively established, W. H. Burgess suggests the probability that they came from Sturton le Steeple, finding an Edward Southworth there who was about Robinson's age. Jane Southworth, who fled Gainsborough with John Smyth, was doubtless a sister. The Carpenter family in which Edward found a wife (subsequently the second Mrs. Bradford) had early joined the church at Amsterdam, coming from the West of England, probably with the Reverend Thomas White in 1604, so that the company at the Green Gate represented all of the warring groups among the Ancient Brethren.
CARPENTER MEMORIAL-OUR FAMILY 1303-1638-1898 by Amos B. Carpenter, 1898, West Waterford, VT.
SAINTS AND STRANGERS by George Willison 1945
FAMILY HISTORY NEWS 1988, P.5.
MAYFLOWER FAMILIES IN PROGRESS: BRADFORD, p. 2
The will of Allis Bradford Sr. of Plymouth, widow, dated 29 Dec. 1669, exhibited 7 June 1670, asks to be "Intered as neare unto my Deceased husband, Mr. Willam Bradford as Conveniently may be." It makes bequests to her sister Mary Carpenter; son Constant Southworth; son Joseph Bradford; son Capt. William Bradford; honored friend Mr. Thomas Prence; grandchild Elizabeth Howland, daughter of son Thomas Southworth deceased for the benefit of her son James Howland; servant maid Mary Smith. Alice Bradford also left an extensive estate, including books. References: MD 2:228-234 (will); 3:144-9(will Alice)
Alice, (bpt. Joan) b. abt 1590, m. Leyden, Holland, May 28, 1613, Edward Southworth, say weaver (silk worker), who was in Leyden as early as 1610. She emigrated to Plymouth on the "Anne" 1623, & m., 2nd, August or September, Gov. William Bradford. She brought her two sons, Constant & Thomas with her. The tradition is that when a young man, William Bradford had paid his addresses to Alice & was favorably received by her, but on account of his inferiority in rank, was opposed by her parents. After she lost her husband, William Bradford wrote, "I am not that Bill Bradford I once was. I am now governor of the Colony, a widower." She d. at Plymouth 5 April 1670 & was buried beside her husband.
|360||i.||Major William Bradford, born 17 Jun 1624 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA; died 20 Feb 1703/04 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA (1703); married (1) Alice Richards 28 Jan 1649/50 in Plymouth, Massachusetts; married (2) Mary Fitch 1673 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA; married (3) Mary Atwood 1677 in Massachusetts.|
|ii.||Mercy Bradford4056, born Bef. May 1627 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA4057; died Bef. 9 May 16574058|
More About Mercy Bradford:|
Spouse: 21 Dec 1648, Benjamin Vermayes4060,4061,4062
|364||iii.||Joseph Bradford, born May 1630 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA; died 10 Jul 1715 in Kingston, Plymouth, MA; married Jael Hobart 25 May 1664 in Jones River, Hingham, Plymouth, MA.|
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